I would do one of two things....
Introduce a queen using a push in intro cage. It's a cage that you pin the queen under and push into the comb all the way into the mid rib, over an area of emerging brood and nectar/pollen. The emerging brood takes to the queen, she'll lay in the then open cells and once she has larva going, the hive may accept her better.
The other thing I might do instead, is to shake the hive out 50 to 100 feet away from my other hives and remove it's stand and distribute it's combs to my other hives. I've done this way before and it's the most successful way for me so far.
I've not tried the push in cage way yet, but I think it has good merit to work, except for one thing... You don't have any emerging brood to push the cage into. In that case, if you decide to do it this way, grab a frame of emerging brood from one of your other hives, use the push in cage to cage the new queen on it. and give it to your queenless hive.
Good luck in whatever you do.